It has been a rural kind of week for us former city types. Apart from culling roosters, David has been fencing. It turned out that the wallaby-proof fence around the house paddock, well, wasn't. After several incursions that had our dogs very excited (it must be said that the fence is as much about protecting the wildlife outside it as our garden inside) it became clear that the fence was deteriorating in several places. So David procured the materials and cleverly set about building a new one. The greatest excitement was the installation of a proper farm gate over the Easter weekend. The previous fence had several small gates in it, none big enough to fit a vehicle through. In fact, it had only one that the ride-on lawnmower could pass through. So delivering garden materials and other items has just become a whole lot easier. Doesn't it look great?